Asthma Allergy Centers of Southwest Michigan

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Asthma Allergy Centers of Southwest Michigan
Asthma Allergy Centers of Southwest Michigan is listed in the Physicians & Surgeons category in Jackson, Michigan. Displayed below are the social networks for Asthma Allergy Centers of Southwest Michigan which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Asthma Allergy Centers of Southwest Michigan on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 69.

Contact information for Asthma Allergy Centers of Southwest Michigan is:
833 Laurence Ave
Jackson, MI 49202
(517) 782-1700
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NEW FOOD GUIDELINES! Changes have been made in the recommendation for timing of peanut introduction in children. The recommendations come from the Learning Early about Peanut Allergy trial results. Skin testing or allergy blood testing should be highly considered before high risk children start peanut introduction. There are 3 categories of risk: **Children at high risk are those with moderate to severe eczema or egg allergy -- High risk children should have introduction of peanut in diet at 4-6 months of age after proving they can developmentally take solids **Children at moderate risk are those with mild to moderate eczema -- Moderate risk children should introduce peanut at 6 months of age **Children at low risk are without eczema - low risk children can introduce peanut whenever the family feels comfortable

Watch "Dr D" on the Lori Moore show, click the link below. http://wwmt.com/features/lori-moore-show/010417-dr-giri-dandamudi-asthma-allergy-center
Lori's guest for our second segment today is Dr. Giri Dandamudi, with the Asthma Allergy Center, in Kalamazoo.

We would like to wish all of our patients and friends Happy Holidays. May 2017 be the best year ever!

A common cold and seasonal allergy symptoms do overlap such as runny nose, stuffy nose, sneezing, fatigue, and coughing. The best way to make a distinction between a "cold" and allergies is the duration of the symptoms. If you are sick longer than a few weeks see your doctor for advice

Talking to your child about allergies in simple terms is a good place to start. Explain the things and places that could trigger allergies so they know what to watch out for, such as mold in the bathrooms and gym locker room, grass in the sports fields and playgrounds and dust in classrooms. (zyrtec.com)


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